Unauthorized access to employee information at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center has resulted in the notification of about 27,000 employees, and the offering of LifeLock identity protection services to all employees, which total about 62,000.

Of the 27,000 employees known to have had their information accessed, 788 have reported being victims of fraud, often by finding out when filing income taxes that a filing had already been done.

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